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This cleansing mud mask is a big deal in the beauty world. A perpetual award-winner and magazine editor favorite, the Italian treatment blends mineral-rich mud is sourced from Tuscany’s volcanic hills with other nourishing ingredients. Use it on your face to purge your pores of built-up gunk and on your body to firm your skin. It even comes with a sponge to make removal super easy. Home spa, anyone?
I really wanted to like this product, I always buy Sabon NYCs mud mask and love it, but it is very very expensive for a small amount. This, however, while leaving my skin soft left me with red welts across my face. They diminushed after a few hours, but I don't think my skin liked this mask at all3
I thoguht that this was just ok. It seemed to make my skin look a bit refined but not very much. It didn't do much for my oiliness3
It created a tingling feeling after 3-5 minutes that I was not fond of3
I don't use face masks very often but I tried this one out. It worked pretty well and didn't leave my face feeling itchy (like most masks do.) However, I would probably use this one again and try other Borghese products.3
I tried this product, but I didn't love it. Not because of the product itself, but because I guess I'm just not into mud masks. It was fun chasing my 3 year old son around while wearing it though. :)3
I have only used it twice and I have broken out a bit from the product. Maybe that's just process?3
I didn't see any particularly spectacular face clearing benefits. Just another mask.3
It made my face sting and left me a little red, prolly not the best for skin's sensitivity but my skin seemed fresh and clean after though.3
I'm more of an asian face sheet mask person (one time use kind). I think I have to use it a couple of times more to determine..3
The first time I tried the product, I was iffy. When I try it again, I'll make my decision. It made my skin feel hot and if it doesn't do that again, I'll put the product in consideration of purchase.3